atb Posted July 4, 2021 Share #1 Posted July 4, 2021 Some years ago I acquired this NCO's service coat for a corporal of the Hawaiian Separate Coast Artillery Brigade. A Philadelphia Quartermaster Depot label in the hem has an inspector stamp dated July 22, 1935. The Shoulder Sleeve Insignia is one of those "No Sew" or "No So" removable types. On the lapels are an N.S. Meyer "Meyer Metal" Coast Artillery/A Branch of Service disk and a "U.S./15" disk, also Meyer Metal. Below is a pair of N.S. Meyer pin-pack 15th Coast Artillery Distinctive Unit Insignia. On the pocket flap is an Expert Qualification badge with "Coast Artillery bar, both marked sterling. The coat came with trousers and a leather garrison belt. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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